There were 340 picks by pickmonitor handicappers last Superbowl. Does it go over or under 340 picks this year?
New England Patriots 34 vs Atlanta Falcons 28New England Patriots Vs Atlanta Falcons - Super Bowl LI - NFL Football - 2/5/17 6:30PM Sunday, 2/5
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1/27/17 8:38pm Risked 3 units to win 2.86
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I'm going to say UNDER as well.
I like Atlanta ML, Atlanta PS, Atlanta TT OVER, New England TT UNDER, and game total UNDER.
Don't think Bellichick can put together anything that will stop an offense averaging 34 plus points per game all season long, maybe hold them to 30 points, in an offensive oriented league. I do think Brady will be pressured, will struggle with this quick defense, and the Patriots held to under 30 points, scoring 24 in this game. I like the final score to be 30 - 24 in favor of the Falcons, and win their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
Good luck everyone :)
Edited 1/23/17 at 7:13AM by Timothy Wynn - Grammar
Only 24 hours with odds up and already 41 picks. On pace to go over 400 picks, but will probably slow down, picking up around game town. I think it goes over 340, hopefully there's been some growth here the last year.
Going through all the past SB threads really reminds me of how much I miss Tucker. First Superbowl without him posting.
Already at 178, I think this easily goes over the 340 picks from last superbowl. Half the picks will come in tomorrow.
It appears I have a chance at going 6 for 6 tonight which would be a phenomenal end to a struggle this season lol
damn what a comeback, I was scared as hell after placing 0.4 btc on the pats and the Falcons leading 25 points, that was nasty but old fox Tom Brady did his thing.
The fact is, the playing called on the field during the situation was rookie-like, and seems to be prevalant over the entirety of the league. The high percentage move, and I am no expert, but have gained some basic play calling knowledge over years and years of spectating, was to use the running game, chew the clock, and attempt the FG. Why they called on Ryan to pass, and subsequently taking a sack that left them out of FG range when they would have MORE THAN LIKELY, not guaranteed to have, taken an 11 point edge with approximately 3 minutes left in the game, is beyond me.
The odds of Brady being able to lead the Patriots back from two scores down that late in the game would have been astronomical considering they would have had to score a TD, converted the 2 point conversion, recover an onside kick, and kick a FG, just to tie the game.
Not taking anything away from Brady and the Patriots though, they are, and have been since 2002, the absolute pinnacle as it pertains to taking advantage of opposing teams' mistakes.
Congratulations to the Patriots... to win 5 out of 7 Super Bowls over a 15 year period of time means they are the team of the century already, and no team will ever come close to what they have achieved since the beginning of American Football, or to the end of time in American Football in the future.